Fall Out Boy's fourth album became its first No. 1 as "Infinity on High" (Island) sold 260,000 copies in its opening stanza. As with its last album, "From Under the Cork Tree," the band's success…
EMI Group's share price went into freefall Wednesday as the company admitted that revenues in its recorded music division are expected to drop 15% from last year.
Jay Faires, who has run Lionsgate's music and publishing unit since 2005, has inked a four-year deal formalizing his position as prexy of the division.
Robyn Troup, the 19-year-old singer from Houston who won the chance to sing with Justin Timberlake at the Grammys Sunday, was tossed from "American Idol 6" in Tuesday's telecast.
Shakeups continue at the Yahoo! Media Group offices in Santa Monica, where longtime music head Dave Goldberg and his chief deputy, Robert Roback, ankled Tuesday.
Five world premieres appear on the Los Angeles Philharmonic's 2007/08 season, its fifth in Walt Disney Concert Hall, in addition to a survey of Sibelius' seven symphonies.
Telecoms giant BT has inked a pact to show Universal Music artists' videos on its BT Vision television service.
This year's honorary Oscar for composer Ennio Morricone is viewed by many in the Hollywood music community as just compensation for being denied the Oscar for his 1986 masterwork on orchestra and…
After overlooking "Dreamgirls" in the best picture and director races, the Academy seemingly added insult to injury by enforcing its new best song bylaw upon one of the pic's three nominees…
This year's race for the original score Oscar is, like last year's, multicultural, with a Frenchman, a Spaniard and an Argentinian competing against two Americans. Two are first-time nominees and one…
The double bill of former Cibo Matto frontwoman Miho Hatori and Los Angeles' power poppers Los Abandoned was a study in contrasts. While both acts are adept at mixing cultures and languages, Hatori's…